Fay McGrew, M.A., Certified Qigong Teacher, Q.T.P. (Medical Qigong)
Fay McGrew has been teaching Qigong in San Diego for over 20 years effectively applying modernized versions of ancient health practices into integrative programs at major medical institutions. In addition to San Diego Cancer Research Institute, she established Qigong programs at Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine, UCSD Center for Integrative Medicine, Silverado Senior Living for the Memory Impaired, Chopra Center, Tri-City Wellness Center, Carlsbad Senior Center, and Mind-Body Medicine program at Naval Medical Center San Diego. She currently is a provider at the Holistic Health Department, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, teaching Qigong as part of medical treatment programs for active-duty patients with PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Military Sexual Trauma.
Fay also has her own studio, Hidden Pine Studio in Carlsbad.
Fay has over 44 years of experience studying with masters of various mind-body & meditation practices worldwide in Medical Qigong, Tai Chi, internal martial arts, and Zen/Chan (mindfulness) Meditation. She received the highest level of teacher certification from the American Tai Chi Qigong Association and is regarded as the major resource on Qigong in the San Diego integrative medical community.
Ms. McGrew holds an MA from New School for Social Research, published 4 books and in 1975 won the first women’s world full-contact karate championship which paid for graduate school.

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